Aristarchus of Samos was wrong: the Earth is flat

Greek thinkers and philosophers first introduced a so pretended scientific idea of the Earth as being a Globe. Eratosthenes succeeded in a simple experiment that, according to him, had the merit of measuring the radius of the Earth. Giving the spherical shape to the earth was the premise to build an infinite universe with a central sun. Later on, it would be possible the introduction of a new speculation, the making up of the evolution[…]

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Celestial bodies orbits

About the sun, the moon, and the planets I have already said in this article: http://earthmeasured.com/trajectory-planets-flat-earth/. With this article, I want to review some aspect I have, up to now, explored by giving them a new, more organized, description. You know from before that the sun runs a trajectory that can be sketched in a simplified way as a helix that has a cone shape with the bigger circle over the Capricorn tropic and the[…]

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Wind of sun

Wind of the sun: why? The ether vortex is a model authorizing the description of how the celestial bodies move and how gravity can be generated. This vortex originates along with the rotation of the dome. The dome rotates due to the action of waters: the massive waters surrounding the dome from the outside and their interconnection with the upper water. The latter is placed in the inter-space inserted between the two main parts which[…]

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The sun is a disk

Disk is the true form of the sun. Till now, on this blog, nothing has been said about the true shape of the sun. Many people, of course, are convinced the sun is a fiery sphere.  A common, ordinary spherical shape attributable to the sun was silently introduced through a long process lasted centuries. The goal was to develop a heliocentric system. The idea was to forge a universe infinitely extending to legitimate and justify[…]

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Globes: scepters, swords, and crystal spheres

Globes: you often see them when watching television news, documentaries or films. Sometimes, when visiting a  museum,  you can view old, remarkable world globes. The only public museum entirely devoted to globes is in Vienna and it is an imperial collection. There are a number of terrestrial and celestial globes, the majority of them dating from before 1850. Anyway, in museums, there are many small globes that escape your eyes and you don’t easily connect[…]

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